The Beggar Queen - Part IV Florian's Child Summary & Analysis

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Part IV Florian's Child Summary and Analysis

The authorities have forgotten about Keller. The army thinks the police are watching him. The police think that the army is watching him, and the Ankari mercenaries don't care where the journalist is hiding. But, despite having evaded prison, Keller is still depressed that he has lost his newspaper, until Weasel and Sparrow, who are devoted to him, tell him they have found a way to keep printing the paper. Weasel made contact with one of the printers in the government paper, who used to work for Keller. Sparrow has been writing and Weasel takes it to the press at night and distributes it during the day. Thanks to Sparrow and Weasel, the revolutionaries have a way to get news out to the people. Old Kasperl is well read by everyone, even the soldiers, and...

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